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means long-term -- that's right. this creates a free lord problem. we'll discuss that more later in the show which means long-term the union will lose its capacity to negotiate. you made a hugely important point, mark. the wage increase negotiated by unions extend out, radiate all to all workers in the economy. because they create a floor beneath which employers know they have to pay the floor to get good workers. explain that because people need to understand the benefits go to even nonunion members. >> well, that's right. michigan built the middle class. that was through the labor movement. and it's because of those good wages that were negotiated and other employers followed. so i think the question is are we now and we are apparently in a competition for those low-wage low-skill jobs. that's exactly the wrong direction. >> eliot: tim, you were on the hill today. where your capitol is. what were the emotions? we see the visuals. certainly a lot of folks turning out. explain the emotions there. >> it was certai
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